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Rolson Coil Combination Bike Lock Pack £7.99 @ Argos C&C
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Featuring two different locks, this Rolson U and coil lock combination bike pack is a versatile and practical way to keep your bike safe. The rigid structure of the U lock is ideal… Read more
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When I was a kid, you could get away with a thin chain and a cheap padlock, that you could open by bashing against the bike stand, and cable locks with cast white metal(probably a zinc alloy) bodies, although the cables used to be a lot thicker back then. Mind you, I had a few locks stolen off my bike at school, but no-one stole my bike! About 20 years later, kids around here would be snapping the bicycle stands off to steal a bike if they couldn't break the locks.


Awww, Thank you so much for the Detailed Reply and lots of suggestions and tips too (y) Wish Bike Theives wouldn't exist, hark back to the old days, when people left their back doors open and could leave their bikes unattended w.o being stolen...


Kryptonite had an exchange programme for their tubular keyed d-locks years ago, masterlock and Oxford Magnum (I think) also changed their design after the issue was publicised on the net, a few years after it was reported on TV. Apparently thieves favoured using a cigarette lighter to soften the pen. Video of someone opening one here:- I'd look for a lock that is either thatcham approved or Sold Secure Gold rated (or maybe silver rated if the bike is insured and the policy approves silver rated locks). Cable locks are pretty hopeless as a main lock, but may be ok as a secondary lock for securing the front wheel. Onguard have some relatively cheap gold rated d-locks, such as their pitbull and thicker heavier Brute lock (which should be more resistant to bolt cropping) in various sizes:- I gather their mounting brackets aren't very good. Not very light though, but I doubt you'll get a lightweight lock that is very secure. I own a Kryptonite New York as I got it cheap end of line, due to a change in the mounting bracket design, even heavier and probably a bit better quality, and usually expensive. Be sure to oil the keyhole and to put some mineral oil in the shackle holes and give the key a few turns to thoroughly oil the lock bolts, as the locking mechanisms on hardened steel d-locks are all prone to rusting if not well oiled.


Really?! I'm thinking of buying a D Lock, any ideas of a good, Lightweight type that's isn't too costly! My bikes 2nd hand, but still prone to theft of course!


Those tubular keyed locks on the D-lock can be opened with a rolled up bit of cardboard, or the case of a bic pen if is fits. You clone the key by pressing the carboard/plastic tube into the lock.

Rolson Security Cable and Lock - 3m £2.99 @ Argos C&C
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
Use to secure all sorts of Household and Garden equipment such as Computers, Tools, Bicycles, Lawn Mowers, and Garden Tools etc. Strap multiple items together at once to deter thie… Read more
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No tools required for cheap cable locks:- (apart from the thief) Although, as even a cheap padlock is going to be a bit stronger than the body of a typical one piece cable lock, a thief might need to use the tourniquet method to pull the ends of the cable out.


At least if you ever forget your bike lock key you can borrow a pair of scissors and cut it off. Honestly cable locks are a waste of time, even the cheapest bolt cutters will be through in a second. Only useful if you have something that needs a 3m cable and is only going to be targeted by opportunist thieves with zero tools.


Bought for the cable. Thanks


Decent price and voted hot. I was going to buy, but I don't think I'd lock anything I've got with this lock. Heat though if you need it.

Mountain Warehouse Joint Cable Bike Lock Cycling Bike prime (4 left in stock)
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Colour: Black Coated armoured steel will not scratch the bike surface Cut, pull and saw resistant cable Drill, saw and pick resistant lock cylinder Includes 2 keys 18mm x 1… Read more
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Thanks. Must have missed it again as checked and says unavailable. No worries. I don't have a bike. XD although saw someone this week use a bike lock to lock the recycle wheelie bin. (shock)




Bought now second one with free delivery. Still in stock!!

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HALFORDS FLASH SALE TODAY ONLY extra 10% off all BIKES  SCOOTERS RIDE ON TOYS & ACCESSORIES  including reduced  items @ halfords
LocalLocalFound 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Includes adult bikes kids bikes accessories scooters & ride on toys including reduced and much more.
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worth a try (y)


I wonder if British Cycling membership cards will stack with their 10% off ?


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OnGuard Pitbull DT Shackle U-Lock Plus Cable - Gold Sold Secure £23.98 (plus more in OP) @ Tredz
Refreshed 24th JulRefreshed 24th Jul
Bought this lock along with my cycle to work scheme bike. Not only is it a superb D-Lock but you also get the added cable. Comes with Gold Sold Secure rating. a bit more technical… Read more
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Juat got mine. No one's taking your bike with this lock.


damn i've been using that for the last 3 years (horror)


If you signup to their mailing list you get a £5 off voucher (valid in £30 minimum spend)


"Sorry, the ECWJ2R promotion code is inactive"


Thanks OP.

Kryptonite New York Fahgettaboudit Mini Bike Lock @ Halfords Online - £45
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
I've been searching for a trustworthy and well-reviewed bike lock at a reasonable price. This range gets good reviews and this version seems to be one of the best D locks on the ma… Read more
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Good lock but small so your limited to what you can lock your bike too


I'm surprised you haven't fitted some nice pink or yellow tyres on it to go with the paintwork (y) . I did hear that bikes with shopping baskets on the front are less likely to be stolen.


This is a good deal for a pretty formidable lock that is just about portable if you use a belt loop or similar. As stated, no lock is going to stop a determined thief but it is going to delay them and hopefully make them target a bike with a worse lock instead!!


had the kryptonite evolution series 4 in halfords in rhyl for £20 only seen one there reduced near the till on the bike section there was other brands reduced also, but were more expensive


If it does get nicked the police report will be a bit more descriptive than "it was black and had wheels" for sure :D

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Abus Granit Sledg 77 bike lock - £85.12 @ Amazon
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Motorcycle and moped theft is on the up. Particularly when you’re away from home and your ground anchors. This is one of the best disc locks you can buy and on offer on Amazon.
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Now £84.77 :)


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Wooooow...... hang on there a minute, thats where most of the MP's live including the Chancellor..... and we all know how much he does for us (excited)


Move away from London. Horrible place, horrible people.


Very beefy and very visible, enough to deter some of the scooter scrotes. With all the thefts in London I've resolved to just parking in a secure car park or at my office. Its annoying that you can't feel safe parking on the street even in daytime anymore.

SMITH & LOCKE STEEL 49MM Padlock was £7.99 Now £1.99 @ Screwfix
Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
Save 75% on this weather proof padlock Laminated, steel body padlock with weather-resistant cover. Suitable for outdoor use. 3 keys supplied. Instore & online 3 Keys SuppliedDo… Read more
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Screwfix also offering a steel bow saw for £2.49 so you can test it yourself!


Securing the dungeon.


On hand for what?


Also larger sizes, and some steal and brass ones. These are also on buy 5 save an additional 10%, so worth buying a variety of sizes to keep on hand


Hide yo' kids and hide yo' wives!

Kryptonite KryptoLok S2 Std D-Lock with 4 Foot KryptoFlex Cable £25.99 @ Evans Cycles
Found 24th FebFound 24th Feb
The Kryptonite KryptoLok S2 Std D-Lock with 4 Foot KryptoFlex Cable, Bicycle security for moderate to high level crime areas, 13mm hardened Kryptonium steel shackle, Patented deadb… Read more
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This lock currently £1 cheaper at Halfords. (highfive)


Ah yes...... but you’re forgetting - if it’s added to the bike it doesn’t count! (y)


"...for moderate to high level crime areas..." Explain that one! Someone either tries to nick your bike or they don't. They don't try less hard in low crime areas or much harder in high crime areas. Pure marketing guff! People pay enormous amounts of money to save a few grams on the weight of their bike then sling one of these boat anchors on it - I don't have a solution but it doesn't make much sense. :/


I have this lock. Whilst the lock is great, the mount is terrible and slips around so the lock gets in the way when peddling. The lock doesn't clip into the mount snugly either unless you force it but then it takes forever to get it out.


It's been this price for ages and is cheaper elsewhere

On-Guard Beast Loop Lock Chain £24.96 @ Amazon reduced from around £32
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Titanium Enforced Hexagonal Steel Chain Links. X2P Double Bolt Locking Mechanism Z-Cylinder Is Bump Proof Resiss Picking, Pulling Or Drilling Durable Chain Cover Prevents Stratc… Read more

Would this fit a Rottweiler?


Yep, no idea why you would buy this when you can get the solid secure gold one for a quid cheaper:


Yeah, no Sold Secure rating gives you an idea of how good it is. Won't meet the requirements for a lot of insurance.


Thanks Op, lowest price it's been on Amazon "Only 6 left in stock" when I ordered last night....and still showing as "Only 6 left in stock" now... :/


That Tee bar lock is inviting a thump with a sledge hammer

Upgrade your old bike lock for a gold standard one for £10, if you're in Grimsby, starts next week
LocalLocalFound 28th Dec 2017Found 28th Dec 2017
Swap your old bike lock for a secure new one in Grimsby at a heavily discounted price A local partnership is taking the fight to the bike thieves in North East Lincolnshire, offeri… Read more
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Stop saying gold standard. It isn't a standard lock made of , or coloured, gold. Dimsby


If anyone is fussed, you can get one here for under £50 delivered


You will need two gold standard locks to really deter a really determined bike thief; unfortunately portable angle grinders make short work of even gold standard locks. There are inevitably some videos showing this on youtube.


If you are a non resident of Grimsby the deal would actually cost you £39.99 ........ £10 for the lock, and & £29.99 to buy a house in Grimsby (excited)


​Sigh. Whether someone voted remain or leave in no way has an effect on if they'll continue to speak after the vote about their opinions on the matter or not. I'd hate to have voted leave if you all think like that :p

Kryptonite series 2 u lock & 4ft cable now £19 @ cyclesurgery delivered
Found 25th Nov 2017Found 25th Nov 2017
Product features 13mm hardened Performance steel shackle resists cutting and leverage attacks Includes 4’ KryptoFlexâ„¢ double loop cable for securing front wheel or acces… Read more
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any one who uses their brain would use two types of locks this had been said for years even when i was a little mort. the other thing is use them correctly i see so many idiots that do not put lock through frames and then wonder why the bike has gone. i wouldn't pay attention to these videos at the end of the day if these pros want your bike they will get it


Thanks ordered, saw the video and realised how poor my cable lock is.


Didn't work for me- I had a bike stolen from outside my work even though I'd removed the seat. In fact, when I went to a bar afterwards carrying the seat- the only part I had left- someone asked me if I'd pinched it!


£23.98 on amazon not bad but i reported lower price in some hope maybe amazon will price match, won't hold my breath tho as it normally requires a few people to say they seen the lower price before they consider matching


Thieves also super glue lock's hoping you can't unlock your bike then they come back in the dead of night with cordless angle grinder (mad)

Kryptonite KryptoLok Series 2 D-Lock And 1.2m Flex Cable - £20 delivered @ Rutland
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
I have used this for about 5 years on my bike in London. Really useful and a good quality reliable lock for a bargain price! 13 mm hardened Kryptonium steel shackle Patented de… Read more
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I died


A quid cheaper here, don't forget quidco topcashback


Guys, you should never just use the cable! The cable comes with a D-lock and the D-lock is the one that *must* be used for the bike. The cable that comes along is only to be used in addition to the D-lock, to secure both the front and back wheels, especially if they are quick release. The only direct and more secure replacement to above (D-lock+cable combination) is to have 2 or more d-locks to secure your front and back wheels along with the frame..... which is perfectly okay if your bike is of high value.


i lost my bike in ilford, essex, by using cable only. i used to think my bike is old so who is going to steal it but after sunset the thieves cant the difference between good or old bike- they snapped the cable and stole the bike, i learnt my lesson and have a Kryptonite. i am actually going to buy another one so both wheels are clamped--- this i am doing for complete peace of mind.


Spot on mate.

Bike Lock Cable, 6-Feet Bike Cable 1/2 Inch,1.4Lb-Blusmart £8.99 (Prime) Sold by hojyuk and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal
Found 25th Oct 2017Found 25th Oct 2017
Currently offer for £8.99 + Free Shipping w/ prime 5-digit resettable combination Security lock water resistance Heavy Duty to lock up bicycle, scooter, grills and other items … Read more

My bikes are not worth too much to be honest, and it would be more of a hindrance than anything if they were stolen. I probably would buy something more substantial if my bikes were worth more but at this price and my bikes worth along with when I need to use a lock. It suits me


read the bad reviews, sounds and looks like a waste of money, and the loss of your bike, well put me off.


Is a 5 digit code not a bit like no 11 on an amp. A potential thief is with going to figure you have moved the first or last cog, or have 00000,11111 etc as a code. Or they are clever and can feel the cogs connect as the Line each digit up. So that 1 extra digit just makes it easier to forget as it no longer your dob or pin code.


I had a similar one for my bike. Sadly, someone stole it! Not my bike.................................. my lock. :p


I ordered the blue version for £7.99 Thx OP

Decathlon Bike D Lock - £12.99
Found 20th Feb 2017Found 20th Feb 2017
Good price for a silver rated bike lock IMO, I have just started cycling to work and will keep this in the work bike rack to lock up every day. Possibly a bit heavy to carry aroun… Read more
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As Decathlon demonstrate in their video, all of these locks, silver or gold can be easily cut off with a battery angle grinder within a couple of minutes. As has been said, your best bet is to be more secure than the next bike, so terms of security two of these silver locks would be more secure than one gold lock. They would weigh a ton to carry though, so I leave locks at the places where I regularly lock my bike (e.g at work). You just have to keep them lubed against the weather or they seize up. Always lock in a very public place too.


The police are on their way. In future don't incriminate yourself on a national forum!


Now out of stock online, but available in plenty of Decathlon stores. Will leave as "active" so that others might see and reserve locally.


​I tried to cut one of these locks off using a set of 42" high tensile industrial bolt croppers. basically a set as long as your leg. (£315) it snapped the bolt cropper head in half. brilliant lock.


I've got this lock and it's extremely chunky which maybe good as it will deter bolt cutters, but it is quite impractical unless you have a skinny frame road bike. I don't think you could lock a wheel and frame with a post easily. I only have hybrid bikes which generally have fat frames and wheels so the best I could do with this is lock the frame. It does have a nice rubbery coating so it shouldn't scratch your paint work. It's also quite heavy, but that's to be expected with U Locks. Still, quite cheap and worth a look if you need a lock.

Halfords Cable and Key Bike Lock - 90cm - Was £10, Now £2 - free c&c
Found 15th Feb 2017Found 15th Feb 2017
Save £8 on this bike lock at Halfords. Reduced to £2!

Such MEAN ppl in society (thieves+burglars):( , wot a headache, as if Cycling isnt Stressful enough ... Then have to worry abt Security + carting it around .. And Weather considerations ... Gawd, at this rate, wud need a Horse n Carriage to pull me, the bike, added Security, n All Weather's accessories oO


peeps use your imagination if not on a bike use elsewhere.


Indeed, that's a quandry. My Kryptonite is only 1.3kg, yet at 35cm long it's bigger than the new version- they've obviously beefed them up. Personally, I think that if you're cycle-commuting or touring the extra weight of the lock in a backpack or pannier isn't a problem at all- as you're probably carrying extra luggage anyway. If I'm out cycling in the countryside or on trails for an afternoon, I don't take the U-Lock: at most I take a light padlock and chain for when I nip into a shop for some sweets...


For me it's not the cost, it's the weight that's the issue. The lock you describe is listed online as weighing 1.7kg, equivalent to 4.5 cans of coke, which is a pretty substantial weight to carry around in your rucksack or on your frame. Seeing as many cyclists will spend hundreds of pounds to buy a bike that's as light as possible, it seems counterproductive to then carry around a big weighty lock!


I've had 3 bikes stolen over the years, but I've never had one stolen that was secured with a U-Lock. My current lock is a Kryptonite Evolution U-Lock which I've had for 11 years and used to secure several bikes. They're not even that expensive- the current version can be had for about £30.

B'TWIN 100 CABLE BIKE LOCK, TRIPLE PACK - PURPLE/RED/SILVER only £2.99 (delivered to local asda or Decathlon store) @ Decathlon
Found 7th Feb 2017Found 7th Feb 2017
usefull locks for a nip into the shops
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Well technically this lock would do. :) For me a flexible lock that can be wound round the bike and secure item as many times as needed to prevent tools from being wedged in between and prized off should do the job. The problem with flexible locks is that people leave them loose and therefore easy to be compromised. Its a case of looking for something you feel comfortable with. I was more than happy with the litelok until recently and that has a sold secure gold rating (that will probably be under review). Would i have kept using it if i still used my old cheaper bike (£250) Yes. Am i using it with my new £700 bike. Nope.


I'd like something light n easy to carry that's more secure than a piece of string. My bike cost £60 SH and is insured for £500. Any suggestions?


always going to be dependent on your needs. Are you bothered about a huge heavy chain? do you want/need something flexible?


Kryptonite New York Fahgettaboudit locks are very good though are heavy.


so what is the best lock on the market?

D shackle bike lock at B&M instore (Kilmarnock) - £1
LocalLocalFound 19th Jan 2017Found 19th Jan 2017
If anyone's looking for a cheap bike lock, found this in B and M Kilmarnock today, marked at £2.99,originally £5.99, going through till at £1. They had about six on a stand with ot… Read more

​and another lock, to lock that one too... Jen, Jen, are you still with me? Are you sure, are you sure, are you sure....


I ride a crap bike, no one will nick that!


Yea decent price, should use this lock to lock your main lock... Get another to lock this lock too.


Good spot imo. Hot. I always carried two locks. One on the bike and one in my rucksack, and that was in case I was just nipping into a shop too.


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